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Old 09-05-2011, 04:21 AM
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Back in the good ole' U P of MI we called them a cant hook. I never heard the word peavey until I moved to civilization. Not sure if that was a good thing or not. They say ignorance is bliss.
A peavey and a cant hook are not the same thing.

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Not to a UPer! From the Superior state. Only Michiganders understand.
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peavy or cant hook?????????

Back when i was a kid,skidding logs in Colorado (58 years ago) i heard them called both a cant hook and a peavy.who cares what theyre called,the both do the same job (to roll the logs)....
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If the crank has a keyway with a key in it. Use a large Cresent type wrench. Adjust to shaft size and the shaft will turn when you move the wrench, as the wrench cannot pass over the key. Been doin it for over 35 years..
ya bob that"s the same way we do it over here too jim
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Not to a UPer! From the Superior state. Only Michiganders understand.
Yup.... Born and raised in Herman, near L'Anse. Can't get more Yooper than that. Next step from there is Lake Superior.
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If the crank has a keyway with a key in it. Use a large Cresent type wrench. Adjust to shaft size and the shaft will turn when you move the wrench, as the wrench cannot pass over the key. Been doing it for over 35 years..
X2 this is actually how i have been doing it for years also.




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Thanks for all the ideas. I ordered a crankshaft socket from summit because it's a new cool tool that I don't have.

I know; I'll rehab. that one of these days. When I open my storage building it reminds of that show "Hoarders".
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